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Volume 14 Number 2, Summer 2001

Volume 14 Number 2 2001Buy NowFeatures


Skeptiquette
Simon Hoggart explores the consequences of taking too deep an interest in the paranormal

It’s Dangerous to Talk
Is your mobile phone really killing you? Wendy M. Grossman looks at the current scare

A Close Encounter of the Fireball Kind?
Steuart Campbell proposes an explanation for a 1995 UFO sighting

Emergent Stupidity
Is tool-using intelligence really the evolutionary advantage we imagine it to be?
David Hambling considers the question

Read more: Volume 14 Number 2, Summer 2001

Volume 14 Number 3, Autumn 2001

Volume 14 Number 2 2001Buy NowFeatures


Women are NOT from Gullibull
Lucy Sherriff demands to know why women’s magazines are so full of credulity about the paranormal

Trying to Detect God
Why are people still threatened by Darwinism? Dene Bebbington examines the creationist Intelligent Design movement

Reinventing the Past
Why rely on orthodox historical study when you can invent your own re-interpretation? Rachel Carthy looks at the burgeoning free-for-all she calls cryptohistory

Read more: Volume 14 Number 3, Autumn 2001

Volume 14 Number 4, Winter 2001

Volume 14 Number 4 2001Buy NowFeatures


How Big is an Alien Big Cat?
An exploration of the notoriously elusive Alien Big Cats by David Hambling

Born That Way? A Brief Look at the Sexual Orientation Controversy
Barry F. Seidman advocates a scientific approach to understanding homosexuality

Post-Modernism and Parapsychology
Ron Roberts wonders if we are losing our sense of reality

Nostradamus Said What?
David Hambling takes a look at the predictions of Nostradamus in relation to the tragic events that took place in America on September 11th 2001

Read more: Volume 14 Number 4, Winter 2001

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